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By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Jan 26, 2018
Part 3 in our Partnering with Certainty Webinar Series, "Customer Demands at the Edge." As distributed edge environments become more critical, physical security becomes more important. Nobody would leave their data center wide open for anyone to enter, but that’s exactly how many organizations treat their edge computing sites. Often, they consist of a rack or two of gear in a non-dedicated location, perhaps a janitor’s closet, with little to no physical security. Fill out your information and click "Register" to watch the third event in our Partnering with Certainty Webinar Series, “Customer Demands at the Edge: Protect me from Downtime!” This webinar originally aired on November 9th, 2017. In this webinar, we discuss physical security best practices, including environmental issues such as temperature and humidity monitoring. We also update partners on the physical security features of the latest APC racks and the NetBotz line of security and environmental appliances, cameras and sensors.
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     Schneider Electric
By: Tripp Lite     Published Date: Jun 28, 2018
As high-density IT equipment becomes the new normal, the amount of heat generated continues to grow substantially – as does the challenge of efficiently cooling data centers. Traditional perimeter and/or raised floor computer room air conditioning systems increasingly struggle to remove concentrated heat loads. In many small to mid-size data centers, implementing close-coupled cooling solutions can be a highly effective and efficient strategy for supplementing cooling capacity. Located in or near server racks, close-coupled air conditioning units focus cooling where it is needed most without lowering the temperature of the entire data center. In addition, these modular solutions make it easy to reconfigure cooling to handle new equipment or eliminate hot spots. As a result, using close-coupled portable, rack-mounted or row-based air conditioning units tailored to your specific data center needs can boost cooling efficiency and add valuable flexibility.
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     Tripp Lite
By: Raritan Inc.     Published Date: Aug 07, 2008
This white paper examines the BOCA process and what is required to meet IT goals and objectives and maintain business continuity.
Tags : power distribution unit, raritan, pdu, power monitoring, environmental monitoring, data center power, data center monitoring, monitor power
     Raritan Inc.
By: Raritan Inc.     Published Date: Mar 05, 2009
This White Paper examines these considerations in greater detail and defines best practices when evaluating and deploying a Smart Card Authentication solution.
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     Raritan Inc.
By: Raritan Inc.     Published Date: Jun 23, 2010
Virtualization presents a tremendous opportunity for IT organizations. Yet deployment involves major process and management complexities. This white paper outlines best-practice methodologies that help you tackle challenges brought on by virtualization. We also suggest key questions to ask when evaluating a consolidated management solution.
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     Raritan Inc.
By: CDW     Published Date: Apr 04, 2016
Raising IT inlet temperatures is a common recommendation given to data center operators as a strategy to improve data center efficiency. While it is true that raising the temperature does result in more economizer hours, it does not always have a positive impact on the data center overall. In this paper, we provide a cost (capex & energy) analysis of a data center to demonstrate the importance of evaluating the data center holistically, inclusive of the IT equipment energy. The impact of raising temperatures on server failures is also discussed.
Tags : data center, data application, network performance, efficiency, cost analysis, data management
     CDW
By: CDW - APC     Published Date: Apr 07, 2016
Raising IT inlet temperatures is a common recommendation given to data center operators as a strategy to improve data center efficiency. While it is true that raising the temperature does result in more economizer hours, it does not always have a positive impact on the data center overall. In this paper, we provide a cost (capex & energy) analysis of a data center to demonstrate the importance of evaluating the data center holistically, inclusive of the IT equipment energy. The impact of raising temperatures on server failures is also discussed.
Tags : data center, data application, network performance, efficiency, cost analysis, data management, business technology
     CDW - APC
By: Server Technology     Published Date: Oct 15, 2014
This white paper will “follow the money” and show where the power is being used within your data center facility, along with the effects of changes like increasing the overall temperature within your data center.
Tags : server technology, data center power, data center costs, reduce energy, it budget, roi
     Server Technology
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